Lessons from a Bold Plan | GenomeWeb

It was an audacious plan from the start to sequence the human genome. In Nature this week marking the 25th anniversary of the project's launch, three architects of the Human Genome Project write that it was biology's first large-scale project and set the stage for more to come.

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